The very demanding course with many fast changes of direction was in top condition and demanded everything from the riders.
In the junior class, the bar for lap times was set very high and did not make it easy for selina liebschner to qualify as a rookie. After a hard fight for the best qualifying time, the older of the two sisters placed 20th for the A-final.
Selina is still paying a lesson
So it was a matter of learning from the others and learning from them. In both runs she also finished in 20th place.
Things were no less tight in the beginners' class. Eleven-year-old sophia put in some clean laps in the qualifying round and placed her bike in position 15.
A lightning start to the points race
In the first race, she got off to a lightning start and outdistanced some of her competitors in the first turn. In ninth place, it then crossed the finish line. As she didn't get a good start in the second run, she had to realize how difficult it is to overtake on the narrow track and had to settle for 17th place in the end.
After a crash-free weekend, both riders now know how strong the competition is and will continue to train hard to improve their score in the upcoming races (selina in the NSF junior class still without points, sophia NSF beginner class 7).